Welcome to the Abbey DLD Colleges
Offering A Levels, GCSEs, BTECs and International Foundation Programmes
Preparing students for entry to some of the UK's most prestigious universities
Another Year of Outstanding Results for Abbey DLD College Students
In 2018, we had an impressive 99% A level pass rate and 88% of students achieving A* – C grades *(average % across the 3 colleges).
An average 68% IFP score across all subjects and all colleges, leading our students to some excellent university destinations.
DLD is the oldest and one of the most prestigious colleges in the UK, which, since its foundation in 1931 has built a strong reputation among students, parents, schools and universities.
Abbey College Cambridge
Students from over 30 countries are currently studying at Abbey College Cambridge because of the incredible academic results and commitment to helping all students achieve success.
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News from Abbey DLD Colleges
This week on Wednesday the Regent Brass Band held their first rehearsal at DLD College London. The Regent Brass Band are a semi-professional outfit, preparing for a top level national competition in a few weeks’ time.
DLD College London students were treated to a fascinating film journalism workshop courtesy of Helen O’Hara, Editor at Large of Empire film magazine.
The DLD College London BTEC Digital Media Production students went to the BFI for an educational screening of the film 1985. The film was being shown as part of a programme showcasing a range of LGBTQ cinema.
83% of Abbey Cambridge A Level students have received an offer for at least one of the ‘Russell Group’ of elite UK universities, and 74% of our International Foundation Programme students have received an offer from one or more Russell Group institutions.
Abbey College Cambridge students go on a week long residential course at Latton Hall, prepare for their Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme finals with a training expedition in the windy Cambridgeshire countryside, our Graphic Design Club gets underway and our sports teams keep on winning. All the news that’s fit to print.
Abbey College Cambridge doesn’t sleep at half-term and our students were certainly busy. Prospective doctors took part in the Medicine Boot Camp, some lucky students went to Iceland where they visited Helsinki, the Reyjkanes Peninsula, the Golden Circle and swam in the Blue Lagoon. Some went bowling.
Keith Burgess, Abbey College Manchester’s Examinations Officer, grew a magnificent moustache during Movember to raise awareness for the Movember Foundation, a global charity dedicated to raising awareness for men’s health.
Some budding engineers from Abbey College Manchester are participating in this year’s UK Greenpower Challenge, where teams are tasked with designing, building and then racing an electric car.
A-Level Art and Photograph students from Abbey College Manchester took an inspirational trip to Yorkshire Sculpture Park in Wakefield.